Indy’s Plan2020 has posted a link to an updated version of the proposed Red Line between Westfield and Greenwood. That’s right, Westfield, who’s mayor has been a consistent supporter of transit, is included in the newest configuration. Here’s the latest map (shown in 20 parts)
There’s more information out there, including this pdf which is meant to be seen in poster form. The boards are currently on display in the Old City Hall, along with 8 other locations around town. I particularly like the second board, which lays out the economic data that supports the need forÂ Transit Oriented DevelopmentÂ in Indy:
The Plan2020 website also contains links to 2 large documentsÂ with a good deal of supporting data. The first is the Transit Oriented Development Strategic Plan,Â Â which deals with the potential for the entire Indy Connect build out. The second document is the Red Line Station Area Info Sheet, which lists pluses and minuses for some of the stations, and includes some eye-catching graphics. This is truly a document meant to appeal to the transit geek, which I know are out there in Urban Indy’s readership.
Feel free to comment here about this plan, as well as anything specific that you may have found interesting.